Singer Adnan Sami, who slammed Snapchat after its CEO Evan Spiegel allegedly said that he didn’t want to expand the app in a poor country like India, was trolled by hundreds of Pakistanis. Now, the singer has shut the trollers with his latest tweet saying that the tweet was for Snapchat and not for them
Adnan tweeted, “Dear Pak trolls,My tweet wasn't bout U.It ws bout Snapchat.Stop trying 2 jump in & b relevant like a jilted lover!Get over it.Jai Hind!
Dear Pak trolls,— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) April 16, 2017
My tweet wasn't bout U.It ws bout Snapchat.Stop trying 2 jump in & b relevant like a jilted lover!Get over it.Jai Hind!😘🇮🇳
The statement by the Snapchat CEO didn’t go down well with many Indians who expressed their displeasure on Twitter. One among them was Adnan, who hails from Pakistan but also has Indian citizenship. He tweeted, “Just uninstalled #snapchat .. You guys @Snapchat can kiss our 1.2 billion 'poor' progressive bottoms!”
Soon after Sami’s tweet, people of Pakistan started trolling him on Twitter. Here are some tweets:
— Abbas Lakhani (@AbbasLakhany) April 16, 2017
Paisy k lye kuch bhe? 😂😂😂😂😂— ZK (@khanzahraaali) April 16, 2017
A Person Who wasn't True Pakistani! His 1st country, How Can he be a true indian?— Syed Muqadar Bukhari (@MuqadarSyed) April 16, 2017
A wanderer Dog Finding Bone..😂😂😂
These tweets indicate that Pakistanis are still not settled with Sami’s decision to seek Indian citizenship.
Now, Adnan has silenced everyone with his perfect answer concluding his tweet with Jai Hind.
After the comment by Snapchat’s CEO, the rating of the app fell from four stars to single star on App Store.